Caput Mundi Suite

Via Tacito, 7, Rome, Lazio, 00193, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rome

St Peter's and the Popes' Canonisation!

A travel blog entry by fromcathyp


... around and coffee was high on my priority list to find! I wandered and had left behind the disappointed souls and enjoyed getting lost in very tiny streets, barely able to fit 2 cars down at the same time watching as I walked as the cobble stones tend to be uneven as sometimes there were no footpaths. Being lost is great if it doesn't take days and days! Anyway, I had a map (which doesn't always help me), but it was a ...

Roman Rip-off

A travel blog entry by marci.copeland


... our of daylight so decided to take a taxi to Spanish Steps and Via Condotti. After getting into the taxi, the driver tells us there will be a 10 Euro supplement b/c we were taking a cab from the train station, so we paid the guy 18 Euro for a 7.30 fare. Next step the steps and a walk down what seemed like 5th Avenue NYC at Christmas, twinkling lights, beautiful windows, and chestnuts roasting on every ...

Day 10- Rome via the port of Civitavecchia

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures


... the line and following this woman to some remote office to join a private tour. It was a mutiny. The “legislation” had overruled me with a ¾ majority…Jason included. I was yelling at them to get back in line, but they all kept walking toward a building covered in graffiti. I was fuming as I am completely against organized tours as well as wasting time. Jason came up to me and gave me the old 'pat on the back’ like I was ...

Goodbye Rome

A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16


... cornetto (Italian croissant) on the way back. I probably shouldn't know this as he is only 6, but Thomas loves coffee. He was more than happy to knock back a cappuccino at a good speed in the café.

We then went home via the fruit and vege market to pick up a bit more fruit for today and tomorrow as well as some bread for lunch. What we didn't realise before we came to Italy is that Italy does crusty bread. Duh, that's obvious you say to me, ...


A travel blog entry by stpauls


A day was spent exploring the heart of the ancient city. We saw the place Julius Caesar's body was burnt after his murder, the Curia where the senate sat, and Palatine Hill where the Patricians and Emperors lived. The Colosseum was spectacular even though the weather was a little rainy. Not wanting to waste a moment we then ventured to the cemetery that has the graves of famous poets John Keats and Percy Shelley - Kerry ...

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